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Craterosaurus pottonensis

Craterosaurus a not very well known stegosaur. The animals name means crater lizard.
First craterosaurus on DA!
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brandon-bowling's avatar
Interesting animal, though I prefer kentrosaurus myself. That might just be a bias because of my younger years spent watching the Dino Riders cartoon, though. Regardless, these animals are very neat. I often wonder what it was that pushed them to evolve the spikes rather than the wide plates sported by animals like stegosaurus. Plus, kentrosaurus has those fantastic shoulder spikes sticking out too. It's just such a unique critter. Great work!
DinoBirdMan's avatar
Good old stegosaur of the EK!;)
MrCoolJoeCool's avatar
love your work, you amaze me.
TheMorlock's avatar
That is pretty much totally badass.
MikeSpikester11's avatar
Where was this dinosaur found? same place as Africa where Kentrosaurus lives.
Teratophoneus's avatar
No, it was found in england. Only a vertebra is known from it.
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HellraptorStudios's avatar
cool, im a fan ot kentorsaur-like stegosaurs, really cool dinos and you did a great job on this piece.
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XxSilentHaloxX's avatar
How the plates change to spikes interests me,
Teratophoneus's avatar
yes I also like that very much. But we dont know if it was like that in craterosaurus, fossils of this animal are very fragmentary.
XxSilentHaloxX's avatar
Did they at least find the skull or just a few leg bones and ribs or something?
Teratophoneus's avatar
only a partial vertebra
XxSilentHaloxX's avatar
Not much, but you can tell how big an animal from just looking at its teeth
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